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Pull off the plastic watershield. That's all the room you will get. Use adhesive when replacing the watershield. Likely the window will need to be detached first and removed, then the window regulator assembly can be unbolted and removed.
It could really be either. The filter is the cheapest to replace (Usually around $20) and according to Mitsubishi should be replaced every 40,000 miles or so. I would replace the fuel filter any day of the week before going into replacing the pump. Hope this helps you.
All automatic transmissions have a filter, which is located inside the transmission pan. To replace filter, you will need to remove the transmission pan. Before replacing pan be sure to remove any old gasket that may still be present on pan and the mount on transmission. Refill with proper type and amount of fluid...DO NOT OVERFILL
Hello tiffanytong1: My name is Roger and I can help you. The correct amount of oil when also replacing the oil filter is four and a half quarts. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer as this way I know it was helpful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
Could be the switches but if motor makes a sound like it is running...listen for a scratching sound...could be the cable is broken and while the motor is running the cable is just spinning around and tying up in knots....I would guess regulator needs replacing....simple fix
If the car is an 03 galant it is very simple to remove.
Remove the window crank if it is not Electric Window.
Remove the Screw that holds the "Open Door Handle" cover.
Remove the Screw that holds the "Pull Handle Pocket"
Remove both plastic covers.
Remove all 3 hidden crews that have a plastic cover over them.
One is toward the front of the door top and the other two are toward the rear of the door top and bottom side.
Carefully pry around the door trim panel to disengage it from th retaining clips, along the sides and bottom. If you have electric windows, disconnect the if from the door trim to access the speaker. Same procedure for both doors.
well i believe that the cable should be attached you should be able to go to auto parts store and get replacement clips of it. I want you to plug it in and check to see that the motor is running ok. keep me posted of the result.